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Jared Daniel Ross (mug shot SCSO)
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Authorities need your help in locating a man who has been charged with manufacturing a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance following a raid on his home near near Crane on June 27th.
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Stone County deputies assisted COMET drug officers when a search warrant was executed at 237 Tara Lynn Lane, which is near the intersection of Boston Mountain Road and Tin Can Hollow in northern Stone County. 
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Authorities say Jared Ross had at least 46 pot plants, that ranged from 3 inches to 4 feet tall "in an indoor grow operation" inside his mobile home.
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Ross, who was not home at the time of the raid, was also allegedly attempting to grow psilocybin (magic) mushroom's in four jars of "grain rice."
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A warrant has been issued for Ross's arrest and his bond has been set at $100,000.  If you know where he is you're asked to call the Stone County sheriff's office at 417-357-6116.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

What in the world is rain rice?

Kathee Baird said...

It's a process in which to grow magic mushrooms:

The brown rice flour is mixed with the water and vermiculite to create a loose, fluffy substrate cake, a nutrient-rich environment in which the mushroom spores will grow. The substrate is then put in the canning jars, which are sealed and sterilized using the pressure cooker or canner.

After the jars cool, the substrate is inoculated with the spore syringe through holes punched in the jars' lids. Then they must be incubated at a steady temperature of about 75 degrees Fahrenheit (23.9 degrees Celsius). The spores should begin to grow within a week and typically look like ropes of white fuzz called mycelium. If mold grows instead, or nothing happens, then something went wrong.


http://science.howstuffworks.com/magic-mushroom4.htm

Anonymous said...

Holy Crap! That sounds like quite a science project! And then I look at the pic of the suspect and..... :)

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